The next Labo kit is a VR headset launching in April

The next Labo kit is a VR headset launching in April

The next Labo kit is a VR headset launching in April

The first kit will have the Toy-Con elephant and Camera, while the second kit will come with the Toy-Con wind pedal and Bird.

There will be four different packs in total, the VR Starter Set will include VR Goggles and a Blaster, there will also be two Expansion Sets (1 and 2).

Nintendo's latest Labo kit fuses DIY cardboard construction projects with virtual reality, promising a simple and shareable VR experience for kids and families. This is indeed happening in an unexpected way next month with the Nintendo Labo VR Kit.

The Nintendo Switch already felt like the best part of a VR experience thanks to the wizardry of the Joy-Con controllers in some games, but now it's going full VR.

The VR Kit is created to be passed around and shared among a group of people, Nintendo said.

Using it to turn the Switch into a handheld VR headset is such an obvious idea it kind of makes me want to kick myself for not considering it before this.

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Nintendo Labo: VR Kit encourages passing around the Toy-Con creations among a group of people so everyone in the room can easily join in on the fun. Both the Labo: VR Kit Starter Set + Blaster and the fully equipped Labo: VR Kit will be available online and in stores on April 12. The VR Starter Set, meanwhile, includes the Switch software, but only the materials needed to build the VR Goggles and Blaster.

"With the new Nintendo Labo VR Kit, there's more to Make, Play, and Discover together than ever before", the official website reads.

The Toy-Con Garage feature will be making a return in the VR kit, which could lead to some seriously awesome creations. The Starter Set is a great entry point into the world of Nintendo Labo VR.

Those who purchase the Starter Set can expand the experience with two additional options.

Two expansion sets, comprising the Elephant, Camera, Bird and Wind Pedal Toy-Con projects, will also be available for $19.99 each.

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